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A35 thermal camera

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Flir has released its A35 thermal camera, which is designed for the production line. It is fully compliant with both GenICam and GigE Vision protocols making it easy to install on a network. Communication and power are supplied via one cable.

The camera is the perfect choice for open loop, high speed applications where quality control can be governed by thermal contrast rather than accurate temperature measurement.

Image frequency is 60Hz the camera provides either 8-bit streaming of high contrast non-radiometric data or 14-bit image streaming for a wide range of real-time vision applications.

Thanks to its 336 x 256 pixels resolution and <50mK sensitivity, the uncooled Flir A35 captures clear image details and small temperature variants in a range from -40°C to +550°C. It is designed to make it easy for the manufacturer to validate and increase product quality and throughput, minimise waste and improve profitability.

Multiple A35 cameras can be synchronised whereby one is configured as the master and additional units as slaves, a common requirement for safety applications. The camera is supplied with a choice of 19mm or 9mm fixed focus lens.

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